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RE: vehicle tax

do you have it insured? I was under the impression that Insurance companies only cover vehicles that have current registration & plates on them. I could be very wrong on that... but better to toss that out there for you to check.I have it insured at a bussiness in ky because That is the address on my licence and that is where i plan to reside.I even went as far to explaine how i plan to register it there when that happens.I have proof for it till march of next year.
joe0508 04/27/15 12:02am Tech Issues
RE: vehicle tax

If the tax is tied to the registration, then owning an unregistered vehicle should logically not incur any tax responsibility. Certainly the 3% highway use tax would logically seem to fall into that category, since an unregistered vehicle or trailer cannot (legally) be used on the highway. Of course, applying logic to tax laws is not always successful. If I were to go to pay tax to my state, and the state refused to take it and claimed I didn't owe it, I would generally take them at their word without too much argument. If you can find a NC DMV help line, a phone call there should help clear up the situation.When i moved it from nc to tn it was registered. But it had run out since it had been in storage.The nc dmv told me that since the registration had expired the plates had been taken out of the system no need to send them back.No data to what owe in taxes.Do you think it would be a good idea to contact the dmv in tn and explain my situation to them and see what they say
joe0508 04/26/15 11:43pm Tech Issues
vehicle tax

i have an rv that i had registered in north carolina and had been paying my annually taxes.A year ago i had let my registration expire and moved it into a storage facility in tn.I havent registered it to any state since i have put it into storage and havent had it on the road.I attempted to pay the taxes at the north carolina dmv but they didnt have any record of a payment due.Do i continue paying taxes and if so how?
joe0508 04/26/15 08:55pm Tech Issues
RE: sattlelite

I would like to put a dish on the roof but i have a rubber roof.I am a little worried about drilling holes in it for this purpose.How should i go about it.Is it ok to use this dicor sealant and drill holes or would i go about it in a different way since it is rubber?
joe0508 04/19/15 11:48pm Tech Issues
RE: sattlelite

I would like to put a dish on the roof but i have a rubber roof.I am a little worried about drilling hole in it for this purpose.How should i go about it.Is it ok to use this dicor sealant and drill holes or would i go about it in a different way since it is rubber?
joe0508 04/19/15 11:47pm Tech Issues
RE: sattlelite

Before doing that I'd suggest looking at some of the carryout models. We presently use the Winegard G2. See previous post re this model.The problem with the carryout models is if its raining you would get soakin wet from having to take it out and i really couldnt see myself lugging it to the roof everytime i wont to use it. The portable domes rarely need to be put on the roof. They can be placed wherever they have a clear view of the southern sky, making them much more flexible than a roof mount dish. Most folks deploy their portable dish on arrival at their site and stow it again at the end of their stay.If you set them down outside the rig someone will steal it dont you think?
joe0508 04/19/15 11:40pm Tech Issues
RE: sattlelite

Before doing that I'd suggest looking at some of the carryout models. We presently use the Winegard G2. See previous post re this model.The problem with the carryout models is if its raining you would get soakin wet from having to take it out and i really couldnt see myself lugging it to the roof everytime i wont to use it.
joe0508 04/19/15 05:30pm Tech Issues
sattlelite

Just what is involved when installing a minimax sattlelite to the top of the rv.Do you have to drill holes in the roof and if so can you use eternabond tape to protect from leaking?Is it just as simple as to run the cable down through the frig vent or are there more to it?
joe0508 04/18/15 11:45pm Tech Issues
RE: propane detector

You mean something like this? "Clicky" help appreciated! http://www.walmart.com/ip/Propane-Tank-Gauge/13350316 If you have removable 20# (or 30#) bottles, you can put one of these on your tank. With all propane appliances turned OFF, open the propane tank valve to pressurize the line, then close the propane tank valve. Watch the needle on the gauge. If it drops over a period of time, you have a leak. If it remains in the same place, no leak. Used one like this for many years on our TC. Won't work now with my fixed mount tank tho.. STYea this looks good to for a cat heater that i was looking at but actually i was wonting to put one on the built in tank for my motorhome.I dont think it is possible.But you gave me an idea for my cat thanks for the reply.
joe0508 04/18/15 10:20pm Tech Issues
RE: propane detector

So are you looking for something that would go in the propane plumbing and detect a slow leak? I don't think they make such a thing because there's no difference in a device like the fridge which uses a tiny amount of PP and an actual leak.I have one already inside the coach but i was hoping to get one with a gauge that would tell me if i am good or not that with fit inline at the tank.
joe0508 04/18/15 09:54pm Tech Issues
propane detector

does anyone know of a good inline propane leak detector that will fit my propane tank on my 92 thor pinnacle?I would like to add one.
joe0508 04/18/15 09:45pm Tech Issues
battery monitor

Would this be a good purchase?http://www.walmart.com/ip/15137663?wmlspartner=wlpa&selectedSellerId=3&adid=22222222227009075049&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=c&wl3=40839218672&wl4=&wl5=pla&wl6=78652684352&veh=sem
joe0508 04/17/15 11:03pm Tech Issues
solar panal

would it be smart to get this? http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005LR9IOG
joe0508 04/17/15 10:35pm Tech Issues
RE: converter

What does yours have now? The original would have been fairly primitive by today's standards.I dont know the rv is in storage and i am not there.I was just hoping to get some input from someone that had a p30 from around the same year.
joe0508 04/13/15 05:51pm Tech Issues
RE: interior light

if the ceiling light also has a switch, try it in both positions why you try the up front toggle in both positions. Could be the light was ON and someone turned it off at the light fixture. If that does not work look for a 12 v blade type fuse. It could be in or near the main breaker panel.I forgot to add that i have already tryed that method and it didnt work.It seems that it is not getting power at the switch.When you say main breaker panel are you talking about the breaker panel in the rear over the bed or the fuses in the dash?
joe0508 04/13/15 05:44pm Tech Issues
interior light

I have a 92 thor pinnacle.There is a toggle switch up front in the cockpit that turns one of the ceiling lights on in the middle of the coach.It has stopped working.I tryed another bulb from another light that i knew worked but it didnt when i tryed it.Could there be a blown fuse and if so where would i begin to look?Also there is a small light that used to come on when you power on the switch but now it dont.
joe0508 04/13/15 05:20pm Tech Issues
converter

I have a 92 thor pinnacle p30 chassis.Does anyone know what model converter comes standard in these rv models?
joe0508 04/13/15 02:28pm Tech Issues
RE: stripped nut

Would a 1/2-Inch across flat splitting tool work on a battery terminal?
joe0508 04/12/15 11:47pm Tech Issues
RE: stripped nut

Can you put another nut on it and extend the post? Otherwise a nut splitter is the tool you need.It already has 2 nuts on it but to answer your question i can get another nut on it.
joe0508 04/12/15 11:35pm Tech Issues
RE: stripped nut

Those terminals are dirt cheap. Cut the bolt and free up your wiring and install a new terminal on the post and the wiring on the bolt for that purpose. Buy an extra to keep in your parts box. This'll probably come up again.Thanks for the reply.Maybe i can catch a thread by prying up on the nut.I havent tryed that yet.If that dont work i will cut the nut with a tool.
joe0508 04/12/15 11:17pm Tech Issues
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